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Educating Africa’s girls

5 June 2019

Sunday, 16 June is the International Day of the African Child — a joint initiative of the African Union (AU) [...]

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The path to gender equality begins with education equality

4 June 2019

The organisation Equal Measures 2030 (EM2030) has just released a major new report looking at gender equality worldwide. The 2019 [...]

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The impact of parenting on education outcomes

29 May 2019

Saturday, 1 June marks the global Day of Parents; an annual event beginning in 2012 following its endorsement by the [...]

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Collaborating as a sector

17 May 2019

The Global Schools Forum (GSF) was inaugurated a few years ago and is a membership body which aims to provide [...]

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Building partnerships that improve learning

16 May 2019

By Martha Kamundi PhD, Academics Fellow, Bridge International Academies As part of ongoing measurement and evaluation, Bridge has been using [...]

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What Do a Musician, Actor, and Teacher All Have in Common? Guided Instruction

7 May 2019

Written by Sara Merlo, instructional design quality director at Bridge International Academies. Sara oversees instructional design teams across Africa and [...]

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Strengthening gender equality

2 May 2019

Bridge’s strong approach to gender equality is reflected in its performance on the 2017  high-stakes end of primary school exam, [...]

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Reading to learn, after learning to read

16 April 2019

Happy World Book Day! Did you know? April 23rd also marks the birthday’s of famous authors William Shakespeare, Miguel Cervantes [...]

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Americans come out in support of education public private partnerships

8 April 2019

New nationwide research by global polling company ONEPoll has revealed that nearly eighty percent of US citizens support the use [...]

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